A private, gated addition to the large Sterling on the Lake community that is expected to add more than 200 new homes received final approval from the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night.
A rezoning to allow for a distribution center on Falcon Parkway close to the new I-985 interchange at H.F. Reed Industrial Parkway received final approval from the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday.
The city of Flowery Branch Thursday announced that it is beginning its process for updating its comprehensive plan.
“We’re getting to the point where we want to start showing these spaces as they begin to build out,” City Manager Bill Andrew said.
An 86-acre, 214-lot section inside the 1,000-acre Sterling on the Lake subdivision in Flowery Branch was given initial approval to become a gated active adult community with privately maintained roads.
An effort to annex just over 48-acres into the city limits of Flowery Branch has been denied again.
Flowery Branch city officials announced Thursday that the long discussed Jim Crow Road off McEver Road is no more.
A request to rezone a portion of Flowery Branch’s largest residential neighborhood once again came under question and close scrutiny by the Flowery Branch City Council during its work session Thursday evening.
With a history of blown culverts in the downtown area due to storms, Flowery Branch is looking at whether it could or should set up a new utility to address stormwater improvements.
Flowery Branch still needs to pay for future water and sewer needs to keep up with rapid growth, but low-volume residential water users in the city could catch a break in 2020-21.